A moving violation refers to any crime that is committed by a driver while their vehicle is moving. There are a multitude of moving violations that an individual can receive by an officer and they are all documented on a person’s individual record. Just like any crime, a person does have the right to fight their moving violation charge in a court of law.
Moving Violations result in points accrued on a person’s license hand and will affect a person’s record indefinitely. An aspect about moving violations that most people fail to realize before it is too late to fight their case, is that moving violations can end up costing a person a lot more money than they anticipated
Every moving violation that a person receives will add points to their license and will most likely come with a fine. An individual has the option to pay and take a driving course that will deduct the points from their license, but that costs more money and is not available all of the time. The more moving violations that a person has on their record, the higher their insurance rates will rise. This could result in hundreds to thousands of dollars and make it very hard for a person to pay for their vehicle’s insurance.